IT was another good weekend for Kalamunda as it won three of its four games, including another close win for the colts.
Playing at Wembley, the young Kalamunda team hung around all day but were in front when it mattered and won by seven points, with Lane Sedgwick and Brett Quinn among the best.
The league team were in front all day but Wembley got within two points at the end, before a late Kalamunda goal sealed the nine-point win.
Brett Robinson had 16 of his 34 touches in a blistering third quarter that kept the Cougars in it when Wembley were pushing, with Trent Pottinger dominant through the middle all day with 32 possessions to be best on the ground.
The reserves lost 12.10 (82) to 4.11 (35), with the damage again being done in one quarter.
Cam Embry was a rock down back with Jim Outten playing a great game off a wing.
At Ray Owen Reserve, a Dangerfield-like performance from halfback Luke Reilly saw the thirds beat Swan Districts by 20 points, with Daniel Henderson again in the votes.